Charity launches new site to expose the harm of pornography

The Centre to End Sexual Exploitation (CEASE) has launched a new site to support people of all ages who have been harmed by pornography. Expose The Harm, which launched this June, is a space for people to share, safely and anonymously, about the ways pornography has harmed them. Expose the harm was announced at a …

Cancer survival gap still deadly

NHS data released in advance of World Cancer Day 2022 shows that cancers of the lung, liver, brain, oesophagus, pancreas and stomach continue to have drastically lower survival rates compared to other common cancers. The Less Survivable Cancers Taskforce is calling for more research, better treatment and earlier diagnosis to close the deadly cancer gap. …

Late diagnosis has created deadly cancer gap

A quarter of cancers in the UK have an average five-year survival rate of just 16%. They are known as the less survivable cancers. NHS data shows less survivable cancers are far more likely to be diagnosed in emergency settings yet early diagnosis is crucial for survival.  Less Survivable Cancers Taskforce launches awareness day to …

MPs have called for urgent changes to sickle cell care after inquiry found “serious failings”

An All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) inquiry report into avoidable deaths and failures of care for sickle cell patients was published at the end of 2021 and led to cross-party MPs calling for major changes into care for sickle cell patients. The groundbreaking inquiry, led by Rt Hon Pat McFadden MP, Chair of the APPG on …